A must read for any student of the Middle East and the conflict between Arab/Islamic nations and Israel.
Those whose agenda precedes their interest in the truth will find a way to brush off Karsh's book(s) by engaging in derision & insults rather than factual debate.
After reading this book it is hard for me to accept the notion that Israel is "occupying" Palestinian and/or Arab lands.
Karsh clearly believes that Israel is an innocent party and that Arabs and Palestinians are evil and probably all anti--
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Great book. I read this book immediately after reading My Promised Land, which I also enjoyed but led me to seek other perspectives regarding the mass exodus of Palestinean Arabs... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bentennessee
Karsh's analysis of the history of what happened to Palestine shows that, without question, the lives of those people who today call themselves "Palestinians" are the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Frankie Schwartzwald
it is what this book leaves out that makes it pure Zionist propaganda of a very blatant kind masquerading as a history book. Read morePublished 8 months ago by James E. Anderson
Efraim Karsh has sourced many facts to portray his view of events during the Palestine/Israeli saga. Whatever your opinion you will find plenty to ponder on here.Published 8 months ago by Davey
The Palestinian Arab refugees were predominantly caused by the Arab armies attacking the Jews in 1947-48. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Arthur Cohn
This book is an absolute must for each and every person who seeks to understand what is happening in the conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Arabs. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Roelf-Jan Wentholt
The printed book that I saw had lots of text but my kindle edition was mostly all footnotes. While I could get some information from these footnotes, I cannot understand why I did... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Joan R. Abrams